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  • A grand step towards the deification of a lady, made by alleged revelation 1800 years after her death, is of glaring evidence: two or three additional shiffle-shuffles towards defence of saying the Athanasian curse in church and unsaying it out of church, are hardly noticed.

    A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II) Augustus De Morgan 1838

  • Yeah they should do something like the Russians did with Ice Age, except they should just shiffle real skaters into couples, not amateurs this viideo is amazing!! iis beautiful!!!

    Kombor's Life Hacks and Reviews 2010


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  • A confident, mashmallow-like nipple with a positive mental attitude.

    July 31, 2008